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AMIGA-MODThe Calm Before the Storm

Author: flag h0ffman (Ian Ford)

Uploaded By: flaganni

Song Length: 4:08
Release Year: 2012
Song Status: Active
Song Source: Compo Entry
Song Platform: PlatformAMIGA-MOD


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3rd place in Amiga Music Compo at Datastorm 2012

Written in ProTracker.

Last Queued : 3 weeks ago

This song has been played 91 times. [See Request History]
It was added 7 years, 8 months ago.

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flagprowler
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9 millenia,

If I didn't see this run in a normal ProTracker, I would never have guessed this to be a 4-chn Amiga mod Awesome work Hoffman!!!

flaglemonade
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coder / musician

To be honest, this does sound more Amiga than the tunes that were claimed to be ProTracker, but haven't been proven.

Nice work here as usually by h0ffman.

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flagprowler,
Indeed it sounds so different than most modules. However it's nearly 1 MB large so it could more a question of samples than crazy effects. To check out in a tracker… On Atari ST ?